In spite of supposed movement toward an agreement between Aldama and Chenalhó, aggressions by Chenalhó paramilitaries continue against Aldama communities.
Magdalena Gomez describes the many dimensions of the Otomí occupation of the INPI not only as it relates to their specific situation, but to the questions of indigenous autonomy and self-determination throughout Mexico.
Luis Hernandez Navarro details the background of power, corruption, and paramilitaries behind the conflict in Tila.
Paramilitaries fire shots into a march in Tila, Chiapas leaving two dad and many injured. This is the most recent agression in a deep, and old reign of power by paramilitary forces and families.
Hermann Bellinghausen looks at the re-emergence of paramilitary group “Peace and Justice” in the north of Chiapas in acts of vandalism, and causing new community concern in Tila.